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Interaction On Blended Learning Environment at RGNUL [21st September 2021]

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22 Sep 2021 9:04 AM GMT
Interaction On Blended Learning Environment at RGNUL [21st September 2021]
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The Rajiv Gandhi National Universitty of Law, Punjab organized an interactive session on blended learning to address the convergence of online and traditional techniques of teaching. Prof. Ranbir Singh, former Vice-Chancellor, NLU Delhi and Distinguished Professor at RGNUL, talked about the seismic shift in educational paradigm, from traditional Socratic Method to the blend mode of...

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The Rajiv Gandhi National Universitty of Law, Punjab organized an interactive session on blended learning to address the convergence of online and traditional techniques of teaching. Prof. Ranbir Singh, former Vice-Chancellor, NLU Delhi and Distinguished Professor at RGNUL, talked about the seismic shift in educational paradigm, from traditional Socratic Method to the blend mode of teaching. While addressing the faculty and students of LL.M., Prof. Ranbir Singh focussed on supplementing the conventional methods of teaching with new instructional strategies. "The Learning Management System has to be enhanced and integrated with new technology to meet the advancements of the century," he said. Prof. Ranbir Singh exhorted the faculty to develop MOOCs, publish research papers in scopus indexed jounals and undertake innovative research projects. He also encouraged the faculty to research on the effectiveness of blended learning/ teaching and contribute to University publication.

Prof. G.S. Bajpai Vice-Chancellor RGNUL, Punjab and Prof. Naresh K. Vats, Registrar, RGNUL were also present during the interaction.


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